You are on page 1of 14

No Bull

Published by BS Central
515 2nd Ave. S Glasgow, MT 59230
406-228-4558 fax: 406-228-4578
bscentral@nemont.net

Vo

l. 5
,

17
, 20
9
1
y
No. 2
ar
29 Thursday, Janu

In honor of her late husband Wade Brockmier, Marissa changed the name of their
Nickel Bills Bar & Casino to NIckel Wades, as Wade was known shortly after
they purchased the establishment. The color scheme is black and silver as those
are the colors of Nickel Wades FAVORITE team, the Oakland Raiders. Below, a
good breakfast crowd was already on hand at sunrise this morning.

Treat of the Month


January 13 - 19

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com
4:00 - 6:50 - 9:15

PG-13

4:10 - 7:00 - 9:20

intense sequences of violence and


action, thematic elements and brief
strong language

PG-13 sexuality, nudity and action/peril


DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free Popcorn with Every Paid Admission. ALL SHOWINGS

Late Nite Laffs

A female zebra shark in Australia has shocked researchers


by developing the ability to produce offspring asexually,
after spending time away from her male partner. And she
says that so far hes buying it! ~ Seth Meyers
It was announced that Alex Rodriguez will host a reality
TV show featuring former athletes who are now broke.
Or as thats already known, Dancing With the Stars. ~
Conan OBrien
On Sunday, a Facebook Live video of Pittsburgh Steelers
coach Mike Tomlin trash talking the New England Patriots
went viral. But Patriots coach Bill Belichick didnt seem
too bothered by it, telling a Boston radio station, quote,
Im not on SnapFace and all that. SnapFace?
Belichick went on to say, If Tomlin wants to come at me
on Instagoogle, thats his business. Well settle this on
the field, not Skypee, MyFace, or TubeBook. But please
follow me on Pinterest for tips on how to update your
home interiors for spring! K Byee! ~ Jimmy Fallon

Feeling overwhelmed?
Moving to Prairie Ridge,
The Manor or Valley View?

Let us help.

Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

Winter Hours
11:00-8:00
Drive Thru 11:00-8:00

Flip Bar

Your Choice of Flavor

And one of our favorites...

Following up from yesterdays Banana Slugs and


Tuesdays Chokers, heres yet another cool college
nicknames: The Long Beach State Dirtbags!
While Long Beach States proper name is the 49ers,
their baseball team proudly
goes by the moniker
Dirtbags It was coined for
Coach Snows first team in
1989 which was comprised
of nearly all new players. Playing without a home field,
and practicing at a local all-dirt Pony Field, that team
won its first 18 games and advanced to Long Beach States
first College World Series appearance. Then-infield coach
Dave Malpass would take his infielders to the all-dirt field
for their rigorous workout. The infielders would return
to the regular practice field after their sessions covered in
dirt.
Thus the name Dirtbags was born. The name
resurfaced again in 1993 when the 12-12 Dirtbags rallied
to win 34 of their next 41 games and finish three outs short
of the National Championship game. The Dirtbags were
once again a fan favorite at the 1998 College World Series
as the country received a lesson in Dirtbag baseball.
If nothing else, the name yields some great headlines
and quotes:
Red Hot Dirtbags complete a series sweep
Dirtbags Get Swept Up By UCSB
Dirtbags keep rolling

A couple of quotes from former Dirtbags:
Its a badge of honor. It means you play hard all the time.
Ive always considered myself to be a Dirtbag. Steve
Trachsel, MLB free agent
Being a Dirtbag is great, its a great group of guys.
Jeremy Reed, Mets outfielder
A Dirtbag doesnt have the greatest ability on a scale
from 1 to 10, youre always a 5, but you always play hard
and dont care how pretty you look. You just get after it.
Brian Whatley, Starting Catcher on 1993 CWS Team

Check out our Selection of

2017 Explorers

5 on the lot to Choose

Quality at a Fair Price

Receive up to $2,000 OFF


or 0% for 72 months
Financing available through FMCC, OAC

NORTHEAST MONTANAS FORD HEADQUARTERS

Call Jerry, Josh or Norm (406) 228-2141 866-528-2141 Check us out on the web for more great deals www.hilineford.net

Good ice
fishing
weather

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24. Light and


variable wind becoming west northwest around 5 mph after
midnight.

Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35. West northwest


wind 5 to 7 mph.
Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of snow showers after
11pm. Cloudy, with a low around 22. Northwest wind around
6 mph.
Saturday: A 20 percent chance of snow showers. Cloudy,
with a high near 33. West northwest wind 6 to 9 mph.

Saturday Night: A 30 percent chance of snow showers,


mainly before 11pm. Cloudy, with a low around 21. West
northwest wind around 9 mph. New snow accumulation of
less than a half inch possible.
Sunday: A 20 percent chance of snow showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 29. West northwest wind around 9
mph.
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 14.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 26.

Monday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 14.


Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 23.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 22.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY

20-982

CALL EARL HANDY 760-954-3301


www.hellandagencyinc.com

Charming duplex for sale in St.


Marie, Montana. This duplex needs
completion with your personal touch. It
is all painted on the inside and has lots
of the work done. Most of the materials
for completion are included in the
price. You can live in one side and rent
the other to cover your expenses. It
is located in one of the nicer areas of
St Marie. It has new furnaces, water
heaters and kitchen cabinets.

Asking $35,000

WINTER
Clearance
Sale
Save
30% to 50%
~ Sizes XS to 3XL ~

Coats Hats Gloves Scarves


Tights Slippers Sleepwear
Robes Tribal Coordinates
Other Seasonal Clothes
Mon-Fri 9am ~ 6pm
Saturday 9am ~ 4pm
After Hours by Appt.

Nashua
Senior Center

FRIDAY

Chinese
Call for reservation 746-3370

ior Citizen Center


n
e
S

FRIDAY
Fish

Call for reservation by 10 AM


228-9500

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
GARAGE SALE: Friday & Saturday, January 20 & 21 from 9am-3pm both
days. Garage stuff, guy stuff, dishes. Everything must go! 107 MABEL ST.,
NASHUA (NEXT TO LUTHERAN CHURCH)
BUZZ
HAY FOR SALE ~ CALL 406-263-7513
BUZZ
FOR RENT: Great Rentals in St. Marie at reduced price of $425 to help with
gas and driving costs. Nicely renovated units with new hot water heater and
furnace to help lower utility costs. Most pets accepted. FOR SALE: Single
story, 3 br, 1 bath in St. Marie. Part of the Condo, new flooring, updated
furnace and hot water heater. Priced at $19,500 CALL 406-524-3742 FOR
MORE INFORMATION
BUZZ
HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS NEEDED: Valley View Home is looking
to hire Full time Staff Development Coordinator, LPN licence or RN license
required; Administrative assistant, starting at $11.50; Also, looking for
Helping Hands, starting at $10.00. Applications are available at the business
office or local Job Service. PLEASE CONTACT KARLY KRUCKENBERG,
ADMINISTRATOR, FOR MORE INFORMATION 228-2461

A man is pushing a car along the road


when he comes to a hotel. He shouts, Im
bankrupt! Why?

Sen

Elks Member

Holiday Dinner

Sam Waters and Tim Young


Turkey Cook Off
Saturday, January 21
Turkey Dinner Served at 6-ish
at the Elks lodge

Bring a Wrapped Gift to take part in


gift exchange game!

Friends and Guests Encouraged to Join us!


No charge for members
Free will donation for non-members

&G
D
SPORTS & WESTERN

~ JANUARY ~
Springfield Armory

Super Sale
~ While Supplies Last ~

XDS9339S 3.3 Bi-Tone 9mm


Reg. $62995
Now Only!!! $49999 WOW!!!
XDM9884BHC 3.8 Blue 40S+W
Reg. $67995
Now Only!!! $51999 WOW!!!
XDM94545BHC 4.5 Blue 45ACP
Reg. $69995
Now Only!!! $54999 WOW!!!

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
FRIDAY
Breakfast
Scrambled Eggs Churro
Juice Milk
Lunch
Hamburger w/ Fixings
Sweet Potato Fries Carrot Cake
Apple Choice Fruit Milk

WINTER

Savings

January 18-24, 2017


Boneless Beef

PETITE SIRLOIN STEAKS ..........$2.99 lb.


Pork Boston Butt

SHOULDER ROAST..................$1.49 lb.


Bone-In Beef

RIBEYE STEAKS .......................$6.99 lb.


Wild Caught

COD FILLETS ..........................$6.99 lb.


Pork

BABY BACK RIBS ....................$2.99 lb.


Oscar Mayer 3.2 - 4.4 oz. Select Varieties

LUNCHABLES .............................. 2/$3


Hills Meats

SAUSAGE LINKS .....................$2.99 lb.


Fresh

AVOCADOS ................................. 4/$5

We would like you to join us for


a Wedding Reception
Celebrating the Marriage of

OBITUARY

Hazel Granger

Hazel M. (Bucher)
Granger, age 80, passed
away peacefully at her
home in Glasgow, on
January 17, 2017, with
her family surrounding
her. Hazel was born on
June 21, 1936 to Steven &
Helen Bucher at the family
homestead in Ferdig,
Montana. She graduated
from Oilmont High School in 1954 and attended Kinman
Business College in Spokane, Washington. On July 21,
1955, she married the love of her life, Earl Granger. They
were blessed with two daughters, Lynn and Kathy.
Earl was involved in the early development stage of
cable television, which took them to numerous towns
throughout Montana. Hazel began a career in the crop
insurance industry, eventually becoming the Executive
Vice President of Crop Hail Management. Staying in the
crop insurance business, she worked for Crop Growers
Insurance, which took her to North Carolina and Kansas
City, where she eventually retired from the business. She
then moved back to Great Falls and in 2004, to Glasgow,
to be closer to Lynn and Kenny. Kathy joined all of them
in Glasgow in 2010.
When Earl was alive, they owned several race horses
and had a great time following them around the country.
Hazel enjoyed spending time with her family and
gardening. Her flowers gave her tremendous pleasure.
Hazel is survived by her two daughters, Lynn
(Kenny) Gilbert and Kathy Granger, all of Glasgow; three
grandchildren, Christopher (Diana) Bauer of Chula
Vista, California, Katie Bauer of St. Louis, Missouri and
Melissa (Rafe) Sigmundstad of Glasgow; and six greatgrandchildren, Lexi, Gabe, Rachel, Blake, Margarita and
Auggie.
Hazel was preceded in death by her husband of 42
years, Earl; her father, Steven Bucher; her mother, Helen
Hall; two brothers, Pat and Clifford; two sisters, Marjorie
and Mildred; a nephew and a niece.
Services for Hazel will be held at 11:00 a.m. on
Monday, January 23, 2017 at the Bell Mortuary in
Glasgow. A luncheon at the Cottonwood Inn will follow
the service. Memorials can be made in Hazels honor
to either Glasgow High School Educational Trust or
Northeast Montana Pet Rescue.

FRIDAY

Soup: Clam Chowder Chili


Specials:

Chimichangas
Fish Platter

Adam Morehouse
& Cirsten Fauth
Saturday, January 28
1-3pm at the Cottonwood Inn
Returning from their 1/17/17
Wedding in Akumal Bay, Cancun

Dine at theO
228-8006

Registered at Bed Bath & Beyond

HOSPITAL GUILD SCHOLARSHIP


Applications Available
The scholarship is for those interested in the medical field.

Applications Available on our Website at fmdh.org


Click on the Quick Links tab

Applications must be Postmarked by March 1, 2017


Awards Luncheon will be on Monday, April 3
We would like to THANK the businesses in the Mail Applications to:
area for their participation and donations that FMDH Guild
helped to make our scholarship fund-raising a 621 3rd St. S
success. It made our year fun and exciting. Glasgow, MT 59230

Retirement Open House


for Smiley

Retirement Open House


for

Smiley

Saturday, January 21
3:00 - 6:00 pm
at the Elks Lodge
Please bring photos and
memories to share!

ONE LEVEL LIVING

#277

THIS IMMACULATE 1526 +/- SQ.


FT. GLASGOW HOME IS LOCATED
ON THE NORTH SIDE AND HAS
4 BEDROOMS, 1 AND 3/4 BATHS,
HARDWOOD
FLOORS
AND
BEAUTIFUL VIEWS. IT ALSO HAS
A LARGE DECK AND A OVER
SIZED DOUBLE CAR GARAGE
PLUS A SINGLE CAR GARAGE
FOR
ADDITIONAL
STORAGE.

$159,000

Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

TEETH CLEANINGS

5 Days A Week

CALL TODAY
406-228-2211

Budde Family Dentistry

St. Raphael's Coat Closet Give Away

412 3rd Ave. N., Parish Center Gymnasium


Saturday, Jan. 28, 10-2

Coats, Boots, Gloves, Caps, and


Scarves for all ages

E MAKES ITS MARK!


MARKLES WAREHOUS

WEVE MARKED DOWN


EVERYTHING IN SIGHT!
Its Markdown
Mania!
Save 15%
to 50% on
positively
every item
in every
department!

Donations can be dropped off at the Parish Center


Mon. - Thurs. 10 - 4pm. Any Questions call:
Terry at 228-9800 or Dolores at 263-5553
We are in NEED of hats, gloves, coats and snow pants
for children and Carharts and boots for all ages

Log Home For Sale


130 Scotsman Drive

2 bedroom, 2 Bath, 1,280 sq. ft. home,


plus 960 sq. ft. unfinished basement,
Fireplace, Vaulted Ceiling
Oversized attached single car garage
ac. lot w/ underground sprinklers
Washer/Dryer Range Microwave
Dishwasher Refrigerator Water Softener

$189,900
Broker Related to Seller

Gundermann Realty
406-250-1281

CELEBR AT E T HIS HEAT WAVE AT

Eying the bucket

Khloe Krumwiede drives around Maltas Sophia Stiles with


a left-handed jumper this past Friday night in the GHS gym
where the MEttes, down 12-8 in the first quarter, would
catch fire and beat up on our girls 61-32. Sophia singlehandedly outscored the entire Scotty team by dumping
in 36 points. Hopefully the Scotties can get back on track
tonight as it is Super Hero Night as Sidney comes to
Glasgow. So wear your Super Hero attire and please bring
a food item to donate to the food bank. Varsity boys tip off
at 6:30 followed by the girls at 8:00 and can be heard on
KLTZ. (We messed up on the printed version of the Buzz
today, saying it was the last home game of the season...
our paper guy showed up this morning and got us way out
of sync and running behind deadline, excuses, excuses....)
The Scotties host the North Country Mavs on Saturday!

~ L ADIE S NIGH T ~
HAWAIIAN
BEACH PART Y

Friday Night, January 20th


Beach Balls Hawaiian Leis
Tropical Drink Specials
Free Jukebox Hour Drawings

Wear Beach Apparel and the 1st Drink is Free

Dinner Features:

Atlantic Bass al Cartoccio (cooked in parchment)


with Honey Baby Carrots
Baby Bok Choy
Beef Fillet with Cherry Demi-Glace

When the temperature reaches far below zero, we


often think of the outside as the dead zone.
Plants and mammals are asleep. Birds have flown
south. Yeah, there are exceptions but generally we equate
winters long nights and cold temperatures with death.
Heres a wake-up call: Nature in winter is alive.
Whether in the woods on the prairie or right smack
downtown life is teeming even when we dont see it.
Lets start where its obvious: the bird feeder in the
yard. In town you may have mostly house sparrows and
finches, eating bird seed and surviving.
Meanwhile, lurking in the bushes nearby might
be a sharp-shinned hawk, looking to snare a careless
sparrow.
Depending on your town, there are gray squirrels
and cottontail rabbits scurrying about trying to avoid
the neighbors house cat. And if its night, the rabbits
and cats are both in the sights of a great horned owl.
Which brings us to love in the cold. Now into
February, great horned owls are breeding. All that
hooting you hear at night isnt just the local owls
harmonizing for fun. They looking for mates.
After mating, the owls will continue to hoot, not so
much to proclaim their love and affection but to stake
out a territory and warn other owls away.
The bald eagle also mates and lays eggs in winter. By
the end of February, many Montana eagles are sitting on
eggs.
Why would eagles and owls mate and lay eggs now?
Because it takes so long to raise their young; they will be
teaching their young to hunt in the summer when prey
is abundant and easier to catch.
On the prairie under that blanket of snow, life
and death continue. Various rodent species are about
looking for seeds to eat, while close behind might lurk a
least weasel wanting to feast on a morsel of mouse meat.
On top of the snow, coyotes sit and listen with their
incredible hearing for the sound of a meadow vole
running around. The coyotes hearing is so acute they
can pounce on and capture a rodent underneath the
snow without ever seeing it.
And cruising just above the prairie will be a roughlegged hawk, a winter resident from the far north,
looking for that same rodent. Its tough to be mouse.
Insects are mostly dead or asleep in their larval
stage, but honeybees, which are not native to North

Heres a good look at how


Block Management works

For the 2016 hunting season, approximately 1,262


Montana landowners enrolled about 7.3 million acres
of land in the Block Management Program. Region 6
had 336 landowners enrolling approximately 1.2 million
acres in Block Management.
With the big game season concluded, Block
Management Program Administrative Assistant Bea
Sturtz (Region 7) sits at her desk, busily counting
thousands of hunter permission slips. The slips are
turned in by landowners participating in the program
that opens 2,290,000 acres in southeastern Montana
to hunting. Slips will keep filtering in until after spring
turkey season, when Sturtz will have a final tally.
It was a good season, she said. It was busier for
sure than last year, and we saw more hunters overall.
I think hunters were finding game; the numbers are
definitely up.
Most hunters were after mule deer, which are
rebounding well from recent lows. And although its a
younger age class of deer right now, hunters reportedly
were happy with their opportunities.
Block Management is heavily used by residents and
non-residents, but Sturtz still encounters misconceptions
about how it works. With another general season in
the books, she offered some suggestions that may help
hunters better utilize the program.
Access not about big bucks
Sturtz said the most common misconception is the
type of information that she can provide to hunters.
They assume that because were with Fish, Wildlife
& Parks, were going to know where the big ones [bucks]
are, but it has nothing to do with that. Were just here to
help people find access to private lands, and I think that
gets lost, she said.
Sturtzs assistant, Cori Enders, added, They want
to know where all the animals are, and the big ones, and
the biggest populations of animals, by species.
Hunters choose where to go
Some hunters say they will go wherever the staff
sends them, Sturtz said, but its up to the hunter to
decide where theyre going to hunt because its such a
big area.
The staff may ask people where they want to base
their hunt, how far they are willing to travel and how
much they want to walk, which can make a difference.
And they do call landowners throughout the season to

ask what
hunters
people.
Ant
southeas
they [lan
different
Big p
Hun
but som
BMAs. A
elsewher
The
areas, be
Sturtz sa
Perm
Acce
Sturtz ca
You stil
said.
Som
calling F
informat
permissi
in at a bo
from th
access is
a particu
Hav
A l
Powder R
of BMA
there, s
plan. If t
should m
the optio
Rem
Hun
per day.
reservati
landown
Another
landown
Even if h
should s

For the 2016 hunting season, approximately 1,262 Montana landowners


enrolled about 7.3 million acres of land in the Block Management
Program. Region 6 had 336 landowners enrolling approximately
1.2 million acres in Block Management. Block Management Staff
encourages you to share your experiences on specific BMAs by sending
comment cards, pictures, or letters to your regional office. They are
then shared with landowners to show your appreciation, and to help
improve the program.

Three men, a philosopher, a mathematician and an


idiot, were out riding in the car when it crashed into
a tree. Before anyone knows it, the three men found
themselves standing before the pearly gates of Heaven,
where St. Peter and the Devil were standing nearby.
Gentlemen, the Devil started, Due to the fact that
Heaven is now overcrowded, St. Peter has agreed to limit
the number of people entering Heaven. If anyone of you
can ask me a question which I dont know or cannot
answer, then youre worthy enough to go to Heaven; if
not, then youll come with me to Hell.
The philosopher then stepped up, OK, give me the
most comprehensive report on Socrates teachings.
With a snap of his finger, a stack of paper appeared next
to
1. the
Never
Devil.
slapThe
a man
philosopher
whos chewing
read tobacco.
it and concluded it
was correct. Then, go to Hell! With another snap of
his
2. Never
finger,kick
the philosopher
a cow chip on
disappeared.
a hot day.
The mathematician then asked, Give me the most
complicated
3. There areformula
two theories
ever theorized!
to arguing With
with aa woman.
snap of
his
Neither
finger,works.
another stack of paper appeared next to the
Devil. The mathematician read it and reluctantly agreed
it4.was
Never
correct.
miss Then,
a good go
chance
to Hell!
to shut
With
up.another snap of
his finger, the mathematician disappeared too.
The
5. Always
idiot then
drinkstepped
upstream
forward
from the
andherd.
said, Bring me a
chair! The Devil brought forward a chair. Drill 7 holes
on
6. If
the
you
seat.
find
The
yourself
Devilindid
a hole,
just that.
stop digging.
The idiot then sat
on the chair and let out a very loud fart. Standing up, he
asked,
7. The Which
quickesthole
way did
to double
my fartyour
come
money
out from?
is to fold
The
it
Devil
and put
inspected
it back into
the seat
yourand
pocket.
said, The third hole from
the right. Wrong, said the idiot, its from my asshole.
And
8. the idiot went to heaven.

A policeman was rushed to the hospital with an inflamed


appendix.
The doctors operated and advised him that all was well,
however, the patrolman kept feeling something pulling
at the
hairs in his crotch.
Worried that it might be a second surgery and the
doctors hadnt told him about it,
he finally got enough energy to pull his hospital gown
up
enough so he could look at what was making him so
uncomfortable.
Taped firmly across his pubic hair and private parts
were
three wide strips of adhesive tape, the kind that doesnt
come off easily -- if at all.
Written on the tape in large black letters was the
sentence,
Get well soon, from the nurse in the Ford Explorer you

Why cant T-Rexs High Five?


Because theyre all dead
I tried to force feed my
child. After a while, my
wife said, Use the fork,
Mike, youre not a Jedi.

Mom: Son, why dont you talk to Steven anymore? You used to
be best friends!
submitted 7 hours ago * by riley7832
Son: Well, would you talk to someone who is stupid, does
drugs, and is an alcoholic?

I tried to force feed my


child while at the zoo...
But nothing would eat
him.

Mom: Of course not!


Son: Well, neither would he.

So Wanting to keep dirty old men out of the


little girls room is discrimination? Lets end the
discussion by making all bathrooms unisex one
seaters. Just like grandpas outhouse. Think of all
the jobs this will create... (while costing taxpayers
billions upon billions!)